Case Studies

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Nambucca River Guardians - Flood Recovery

Local primary school students and teachers join together to help the Nambucca River recover from major flooding while protecting their river's future

EDITOR'S PICK Community

Reconnecting with the land

Engaging with the younger generation in Far West NSW

EDITOR'S PICK Education Youth Native Vegetation Urban and Peri-urban Workshops

Working Together on the North Coast

Establishing and building on existing relationships with Aboriginal communities – finding ways to Work Together

Cultural Heritage Community

Shoalhaven Landcare - Reinstating alternative habitats for the endangered Broad-headed snake

Shoalhaven Landcare has been successfully reinstating alternative habitats for the endangered Broad-headed snake.

EDITOR'S PICK Habitat

Greening kids and carparks

Youth group revitalising open spaces and gaining planting skills for life

Soil Management in the Central West

Merging soils, people, education and technology.

EDITOR'S PICK Education Monitoring Soils

Post Bushfire Bush Regeneration in the Mid-Lower Clarence

Clarence Landcare received three Local Land Services grants for post bushfire weed control and sponsored Angourie Community Coastcare for one WIRES project.

Energetic Women in the Environment

Increasing rural women’s mental health and wellness.

Community

Savernake Station and Boat Rock Field Day

Corowa District Landcare and the Biodiversity Conservation Trust hosted a field day at Savernake Station with property owners, the Sloane Family and also included a trip to the culturally significant Boat Rock site.

EDITOR'S PICK Cultural Heritage

Corowa District Landcare’s Grassy Woodlands Project

The Grassy Woodlands Project is a partnership between Murray Local Land Services and local Landcare Groups

EDITOR'S PICK Biodiversity Habitat Native Vegetation

Hosting the North Coast Regional Aboriginal Landcare Officer in the Grafton Landcare Office

Clarence Landcare is hosting Michael Kennedy the Aboriginal Landcare Officer for North Coast Regional Landcare, the first position of its kind in NSW.

Rural Women are Inspiring!

2021 Rural Women's Day event delivers again for connecting, learning and sharing.

EDITOR'S PICK Community

Providing skills for Bushfire Recovery

HNLN teamed up with the charity RuffTRACK to run a skill-based workshop on fencing following the 2019-20 fires and floods.

EDITOR'S PICK Education Workshops

Landcare Yarning on Country

Culturally safe space and conversations

RCS Grazing Clinic

Landholders from across the region attended a two and a half day grazing clinic held in Condobolin.

Grazing Landcare Soils Livestock

Revitalising Wetlands Conservation

Hawkesbury Wetlands group revitalise discussions about wetlands and their management with the Future of the Wetlands in the Hawkesbury Forum

The online pivot - productive partnerships moves to Facebook

Self-paced online learning coming close to a face-to-face workshop

Mycology in May - A fresh approach to Fungi

Mycology in May is a community-based event in the NSW Central tablelands involving discussions, education workshops and field walks with national and international mycology experts.

Farm monitoring from the air and in the water

Using drone technology for big picture farm monitoring

Monitoring

Tide To Tip

Oyster Industry led Estuary Clean-Ups

EDITOR'S PICK Aquaculture Estuary Water quality